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    • Walden, Colorado

      Overnight at Nokhu Hut

      5.0
      3 mi / 540 ft gain
      The Nokhu Hut is part of the Never Summer Nordic Hut system, and makes for the perfect beginner Hut trip. The Hut has a stocked kitchen, wood shed, and small wood burning stove that keeps the tiny hut toasty warm.From the Hut, it is a short, easy hike to Lake Agnes - the trail often stays snowy u...
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    • Estes Park, Colorado

      Drive Old Fall River Road

      4.6
      This amazing drive starts after entering at the Fall River Entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park (although any entrance will work this is just the fastest route). Follow Fall River Road just past Sheep Lakes and take your first right onto Endo Valley Rd. From here travel to the Endovalley picn...
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    • Estes Park, Colorado

      Drive through Rocky Mountain NP to Moraine Park

      In this specific case, the adventure is focused on the sounds. At night in September and October you can expect to hear the eerie bugling from Elk reverberating around the mountains. Even after an hour or two I was still getting goose-bumps listening to them.  Start your adventure at the Fall Ri...
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    • Estes Park, Colorado

      Camp at Aspenglen Campground

      5.0
      Aspenglen is one of the four main campgrounds within the park boundaries. The campground is for car camping and there are areas just for tents and then broader areas for tents and campers. There are 53 sites at this campground and it fills up quickly each year. Reservations are available six mont...
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    • Walden, Colorado

      Dancing Moose Yurt [Closed]

      NOTE: This property is currently closed as NeverSummer, the yurt operator, is no longer in business.  The yurt is located near the small town of Walden, CO (coordinates: 40 33'57.43"N , 105 59'16.93"W) about two hours west of Fort Collins. In the winter, there are many backcountry ski runs, cros...
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    • Kremmling, Colorado

      Hike to Lake Agnes

      3.0
      1.6 mi
      In State Forest State Park, you start at Agnes Cabin, a historic cabin built in 1925. Because of its rustic architecture, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior. It is a one-story, lodge pole pine log cabin. The cabin is empty, bu...
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    • Walden, Colorado

      Snowshoe or Ski to Lower Montgomery Pass Yurt

      5.6 mi / 853 ft gain
      The Lower Montgomery Pass Yurt is a part of the Never Summer Nordic yurt system and can be reserved through their website here. In the summer it can be accessed via a 4WD road but in the winter the road closes and you can either ski, snowshoe, or snowmobile the 2.8 miles to the yurt. The trek beg...
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    • Fort Collins, Colorado

      Hike to Horsetooth Rock

      4.5
      5 mi / 1440 ft gain
      The Horsetooth Mountain Park Open Space is located just 4 miles from Fort Collins. The 2,886 acre park offers 29 miles of hiking, biking, and horse back riding trails.Having taken both the multi use trail and the hiking only trail, I recommend the hiking only. This trail offers you the views and ...
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    • Fort Collins, Colorado

      Hike to Horsetooth Falls

      4.5
      2.22 mi / 101 ft gain
      Horsetooth Mountain Park is an outdoor trail haven just minutes from downtown Ft. Collins. The 2711 acre area has 29 miles of trails of varying length and difficulty for all levels of adventurers to explore. Horsetooth Falls is one of the shortest (yet stunning) trails in the area. This hike is i...
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    • Estes Park, Colorado

      Lumpy Ridge to Gem Lake

      4.3
      3.12 mi / 950 ft gain
      Begin by parking at the Lumpy Ridge trailhead, which is a couple miles outside of Estes Park on McGregor Avenue. At the trailhead, there are numerous signs indicating hiking trails, climbing routes, and other information about the area. After parking start hiking on the trail to the right of the ...
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    • Buford, Wyoming

      Turtle Rock Trail

      2.77 mi / 292 ft gain
      Starting at the trailhead near the parking lot, the trail starts off relatively paved and moves close to the base of Turtle Rock, a large outcrop of Sherman Granite that has stood the test of time from the creation of the Rocky Mountains. Following the trail to the left at the loop intersection,...
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    • Estes Park, Colorado

      Climb at Lumpy Ridge

      Lumpy Ridge is mostly a traditional climbing area with most climbs being two or more pitches after a mile to 3+ miles of mostly flat walking.  From climbers left to right the larger areas consist of Sundance Buttress, The Bookend, The Bookmark, The Book, and Twin Owls.  There are smaller formatio...
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    • Fort Collins, Colorado

      Hike to "The A" via the Foothills Trail

      5.0
      4.1 mi / 565 ft gain
      Why is there an A on the side of the mountain? The "A" stands for Aggies. When Colorado State University was first founded in 1870, it was originally called Colorado Agricultural College. The mascot at the time was The Aggies. Though the college has now become Colorado State and its mascot, The R...
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    • Estes Park, Colorado

      Backpack the Gorge Lakes

      11.5 mi / 3200 ft gain
      Start at the Rock Cut Parking Area. Head east on Trail Ridge Road 0.25 miles to a more gradual and bald western slope leading down into Forest Canyon. This bald is located between two creeks which merge before joining the Big Thompson River (a small creek in mid September). Use the creeks to navi...
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    • Fort Collins, Colorado

      North Shield Pond Trail

      3.0
      1.54 mi / 43 ft gain
      North Shield Pond Trail is a loop trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Fort Collins, Colorado.
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    • Wellington, Colorado

      Hike the Mahogany Loop Trail at Soapstone Prairie Natural Area

      7.4 mi / 330 ft gain
      To get to Soapstone Prairie from Fort Collins, take Highway 287 north out of town, then turn right onto Highway 1. Continue on Highway 1 until it meets with County Road 15. Take County Road 15 north all the way to Rawhide Flats Road, which leads directly into Soapstone Prairie. As you begin to ap...
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